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Formation of Pakistan

Fatema Miah: Chapter 2, my book –  Unspoken. The  formation of Pakistan was in partial blindness of greed and ego, together with total inconsideration. A meaningless name was just randomly uttered and announced, by obliterating origins and ethnicities, by denying identification of civilizations, equally as well as being hypocritical to Islam. Therefore, the entire Country Pakistan is bearing the results ...

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Human resources (HR): Philosophy

By Taslim Ahammad: Many companies view HR as merely administrative process, with little or no strategic impact based on HR philosophy. While in a few organisations, it has shaped up reasonably followed by the philosophy. Most of them do not understand the HR philosophy and those few who do are unable to push the matter as they are caught up ...

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Wars extended by diplomatic irregularity

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Since Israel was created in 1948 the United States has been the region’s crucial actor. US presidents have brokered peace deals, provided Israel with security guarantees and the Palestinians with reassurance that they have not been abandoned. Washington stood ready to douse a fire if the dry tinder of rage and discontent in the Holy Land burst ...

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Unintentionally or ignorantly not realising manipulating  phrases and acts in the name of Islam

By Fatema Miah: What matters to whom? It is concerning that miss phrases, wrong utterances and manipulation culture is in practice by large demography of Muslims in fact in most nations and regions. It  is concerning because wrong breaches misconception to misleading and instigate ill thought to reactionsm.  I stepped back to address this closest matter affecting Islam, highlighting the ...

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Chapter 2, my book Unspoken -divide and rule

Fatema Miah: A subsection of Eastern Region of Bengal, in South East of Asia, this is roughly the perimeter of current Bangladesh, was taken into Pakistan during the partition of India in 1947, and later named East Pakistan. Verily, early in the century, British Imperialist, Governor and Viceroy Lord Curzon separated this same section out of the rest of Eastern ...

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Tipping point – Climate and Society

By Fatema Miah: Back to Climate science. The Climate Change has been an alarming issue for last decade. Where the past century of neglegency where accumulation of carbon emission and other neglected landfill gases has been bought to addressing. Climate is biological and geological science that  also has connection to Natural Physics and Chemistry. The Climate Science is deeply interlinked ...

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General M A G Osmani was an undisputed national hero

By Raihan Ahmed Topader: General Osmani was born on 1 September 1918 in an affluent and aristocratic family in Dayamir, a village in Sylhet Bangladesh. He passed the Matriculation examination from Sylhet Government Pilot School in 1934 obtaining 1st division mark and was awarded the Pretoria Award for securing the highest marks in English. He attended the prestigious Aligarh Muslim ...

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Saudi,  Hajj and profit making revenue

By Fatema Miah: Islamic relics in Makkah and Madina One of the  Pillars of Islam the Hajj that is obligatory  deed for every well and financially able  adult, that can be  performed only by visiting to Saudi Arabian towns Makkah and Madina, specially  Makkah and Arafath is the must, one has to attend to perform Hajjj. Hajj is the best ...

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Introduction to travel tourism and hospitality management

By Taslim Ahammad: At present, tourism has become one of the most important industries in terms of job creation, and also for generating foreign exchange. Tourism is now expressed as an event-based movement. People with careers in tourism and hospitality management provide valuable services to travellers while potentially earning a profit, and substantial travel discounts provide them with accommodation. These ...

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Manpower management planning effectiveness in organisation

By Taslim Ahammad: Managing manpower includes the unique understanding of different work and communication styles, as well as different personality types. Manpower Planning which is also called as Human Resource Planning consists of putting right number of people, right kind of people at the right place, right time, doing the right things for which they are suited for the achievement ...

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